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Home > Parenting Information > Baby Development > Month 22 to 24

 

Child Development
Month 22 to 24
" What to expect from your 22 to 24 month old "

 

<< Month 19 to 21

>> Age 2 to 3

   

Month 22

Most children should be able to . . .

  • Follow two step directions

  • Imitate others behavior

  • Show good signs of bladder control

  • Start to learn up to 10 words or more per day

Some children will probably be able to . . .

  • Like puzzles

  • Identify several part of body

  • Walk down stairs with some assistance

  • Form short but complete and understandable sentences

  • Open and close doors

Some children could possibly be able to . . .

  • Put on and take off clothing alone

  • Start understanding opposites (hot and cold, etc.)

  • Form three or four word sentences

  • Use up to 40 or more single words

 

Month 23

Most children should be able to . . .

  • Name pictures in books

  • Walk down stairs with some assistance

  • Identify their own body parts

  • Like puzzles

Some children will probably be able to . . .

  • Use up to 40 or more words

  • Form three or four word sentences

  • Put on and take off clothing alone

Some children could possibly be able to . . .

  • Walk down stairs unassisted

  • Want to talk about likes and dislikes

  • Start asking “why” to everything

  • Good portion of speech is understandable

 

Month 24

Most children should be able to . . .

  • Name at least 5 or more parts of a dolls body or their own body

  • Half of their speech is understandable

  • Form three or four word sentences

  • Put on and take off clothing alone

Some children will probably be able to . . .

  • Walk down stairs unassisted

  • Talk about themselves; likes and dislikes

  • Arrange things in categories

  • Start asking “why” to everything

Some children could possibly be able to . . .

  • Start to understand gender differences

  • Start to understand concepts like better or worse, sooner or later, etc.

  • Like to sing and jump

<< Month 19 to 21

>> Age 2 to 3

 

 

 

Please note that these are only general developmental guidelines for an average healthy child. A healthy child may reach a developmental milestone earlier or later than the average shown in these guidelines. Each child develops differently and just because a child may appear to be behind in one developmental area does not mean there is something wrong. If you feel your child is behind in several areas of development, contact your pediatrician for advice.

 

 

 

 

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